Other prizes will also be awarded by various committees:
The French concert-halls and orchestras Prize is awarded by a committee of representatives of French concert-hall and orchestras.
The ECHO Prize is awarded by a committee of representatives of the European Concert Hall Organization (ECHO).
The ARTE Prize is awarded by a committee of representatives from the Franco-German TV channel ARTE.
The Paris Mozart Orchestra Prize is awarded by a committee of members of the orchestra. Their vote is based on the 14 nominees of the Competition.
In addition to these prizes, the winners and semi-finalists of the 2024 La Maestra Competition take precedence in participating in the Academy.
La Maestra Academy will run for a period of 2 years from March 2024. As for the Competition it is co-directed by the Philharmonie de Paris and the Paris Mozart Orchestra.
The aim of the Academy is to provide professional support in France (in partnership with venues and orchestras throughout the country) and on an international level, with the support of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) network. This individualized support includes concerts and collaborations with national and international orchestras, conducting masterclasses, mentoring sessions, etc.